While recalling that the journey was rigorous, the President General hinted that the election of Ezeumeh was the first time the occupant of the traditional stool of Nachi was determined through ballots.
“This, they did, with every sense of unity and sincerity of purpose,” Orji added.
In his remarks, the Commissioner for Chieftaincy Matters, Chief Charles Egumgbe, said the election and the coronation of Igwe Ezeumeh was an indication that the Enugu state government was willing to restore peace in all communities in the state.
While expressing happiness over his ability to end the eight-years conflict in Nachi community, the Commissioner appealed to the people to support and also pray for the traditional ruler to succeed in his assignment.
Igwe Ezeumeh said he would ensure that Nachi community enjoyed peace, noting that there could not be any meaningful development without peace.